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Sussex Square BN2

A private eyrie with lift access to the half landing beneath, this top floor one bedroom apartment has a fine address within Sussex Square, built as ‘Belgravia by the Sea’ in the 1820’s and Grade I listed. With fresh décor, open views and a sociable layout it’s ready to move into. You’ll have use of exclusive garden enclosures with a tunnel to the beach, there’s a local café culture and the heart of the city’s 5 minutes by cab.

style:
bedrooms:
1
floor area:
499 sq ft.

outside:
Sussex Square
parking:
Permit Parking
location:
Kemp Town


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Price
£295,000
ID
rps_loc-BVP190322
Type
Apartment
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
Kemp Town
Home area
499 sq ft.
Beds
1

Why you'll like it...

A private eyrie with lift access to the half landing beneath, this top floor one bedroom apartment has a fine address within Sussex Square, built as ‘Belgravia by the Sea’ in the 1820’s and Grade I listed. With fresh décor, open views and a sociable layout it’s ready to move into. You’ll have use of exclusive garden enclosures with a tunnel to the beach, there’s a local café culture and the heart of the city’s 5 minutes by cab. Amongst the finest Regency squares within the UK, Sussex Square is one of the most desirable addresses on the sunny Sussex coast. Outside, this magnificent building impresses with giant Corinthian columns and statuesque front door and inside, the hushed communal hall with its sweeping, stone staircase is wonderfully atmospheric – although there is a lift to the third floor which is carefully hidden away. Inside, a light lobby has practical cupboards for coats and boots and tucked away at the back of the building with open views over the spire of St Mark’s Chapel, now an arts venue, the double bedroom has generous proportions and its bright and inviting as the large window reaches the ceiling – which is high. Along the hallway, the comfortable living room has fresh décor and plenty of space in which to relax or enjoy with friends and as it looks across the lightwell, it’s peaceful as well. An inner lobby has a stylish bathroom with a Mira Sport shower over the bath on one side and big storage and attic access on the other, and leads to a bright and cheerful kitchen with plenty of space to play with. A modern classic which won’t date, it’s ready for use with an integrated touch induction hob and Beko oven and a grill, plumbing is in place for a machine and there’s even a sociable breakfast bar running along the far wall. Agent's thoughts A lovely flat in a popular location. Ideal for holiday lets. What the owner says “In the summer we enjoy the choice of picnics in the beautiful gardens or sunbathing with a barbie on the beach” Where it is Shops: Kemp Town village close by, The Lanes are 5 minute cab ride Train Station: Brighton mainline about 15 minutes by bus Seafront or Park: The beach is through the tunnel in the gardens opposite closest schools: Primary: St Lukes, Queen's Park Secondary: Varndean, Dorothy Stringer Private: Brighton College, Brighton and Hove High, Brighton Steiner

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Owner's secret...

“In the summer we enjoy the choice of picnics in the beautiful gardens or sunbathing with a barbie on the beach”

Agent's thoughts...

The beach can be reached through a tunnel within the manicured acres of the gated Kemptown Enclosures opposite and there’s a local High Street around the corner with all you need. The relaxed café culture and independent shops of Kemptown Village, which hosts the County Hospital and Brighton College is within a stroll and the cosmopolitan Marina with its health club, cinemas, casino and waterfront restaurants is also a short walk. The cultural heart of the city’s about 5 minutes by taxi, a park, 72 par golf course and access to the Downs are moments away, and Brighton Station serving Gatwick (30 minutes) and London (55 minutes) is easy to reach by car, cab or bus.

where it is...

Shops: Kemp Town village close by, The Lanes are 5 minute cab ride Train Station: Brighton mainline about 15 minutes by bus Seafront or Park: The beach is through the tunnel in the gardens opposite closest schools: Primary: St Lukes, Queen's Park Secondary: Varndean, Dorothy Stringer Private: Brighton College, Brighton and Hove High, Brighton Steiner

Amongst the finest Regency squares within the UK, Sussex Square is one of the most desirable addresses on the sunny Sussex coast. Outside, this magnificent building impresses with giant Corinthian columns and statuesque front door and inside, the hushed communal hall with its sweeping, stone staircase is wonderfully atmospheric – although there is a lift to the third floor which is carefully hidden away. Inside, a light lobby has practical cupboards for coats and boots and tucked away at the back of the building with open views over the spire of St Mark’s Chapel, now an arts venue, the double bedroom has generous proportions and its bright and inviting as the large window reaches the ceiling – which is high. Along the hallway, the comfortable living room has fresh décor and plenty of space in which to relax or enjoy with friends and as it looks across the lightwell, it’s peaceful as well. An inner lobby has a stylish bathroom with a Mira Sport shower over the bath on one side and big storage and attic access on the other, and leads to a bright and cheerful kitchen with plenty of space to play with. A modern classic which won’t date, it’s ready for use with an integrated touch induction hob and Beko oven and a grill, plumbing is in place for a machine and there’s even a sociable breakfast bar running along the far wall.

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